6.40 Maths - The Double Integral
7.5 Political Film: The Nightcleaners
7.30 North Sea Case Study
Story: Up, Orer and Down by MARTIN FISHER Photographs by CONRAD HAFENRICHTER Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Stuart McGugan
Live coverage of the fourth day's debates in Brighton. Reporting team
VINCENT HANNA and LORD SCANLON
Outside broadcast producer MICHAEL LUMLEY
Producer COLIN MARTIN
Editor MARGARET DOUGLAS
4.50 Religions of the Roman Empire
5 15 Seven Steps to Revolution
5.40 Curriculum Design and Development
6.5 The Ravidasis in Birmingham
6.30 San Francisco Railway: 4
The Lammas Fair
Every year the ' Ould Lammas Fair' takes place in Ballycastle, Northern Ireland. It began over three centuries ago and still attracts thousands of people from all over the country. Today they come to buy transistor radios as much as the traditional dulse and yellowman. For many it's an annual family outing to Ulster's oldest surviving fair.
Film editor DON O'DONOVAN Producer IAN HAMILTON
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Richard Crossman :
Chronicler of the Cabinet
An occasional series which re-examines the career and achievement of leading public figures. Anthony Howard looks back at the life of the writer, teacher and politician, whose three volumes, The Diaries of a Cabinet Minister, have been hailed as the most important books on British Government published since the war.
When RICHARD CROSSMAN knew he had not long to live, he fought hard to see the diaries published. He refused to recognise the normal rules governing a Cabinet Minister's account of the performance of his colleagues and was determined to smash what he would have called the real enemy of British parliamentary democracy - secrecy.
Reassessing this extraordinary and unorthodox politician are The Rt Hon Sir Harold Wilson , mp, The Rt Hon Barbara Castle , MEP, The Rt Hon Sir Richard Marsh , Lord Armstrong, A. J. P. Taylor and David Marquand.
Film editor GEOFFREY BOTTERILL Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
A. J. P.
A series featuring some of the finest model makers and collectors. This week: The railway layouts of Mike Sharman, who confines himself to the period 1830-1870, and The Rev Peter Denny whose layout, controlled by a computer, is set in the year 1907.
with Rhythm on 2 Frequently the bands of our famous Guards Regiments are seen at state and ceremonial occasions, heard at national sporting events such as the Wembley Cup Finals, but tonight is a rare occasion when one such band is ' in concert' on television.
The Coldstream Band are conducted by their Director of Music
Lt-Col R. A. Ridings
Recorded on location at the Assembly Rooms. Derby
Designer TOM YARDLEY-JONES Producer KEN GRIFFIN
The first of seven experiences of the supernatural
Jack Be Nimble by PETER REDGROVE ' She has fits of day-dreaming - she comes out of them and says something. They're saying now she cursed her friend and caused the accident...
Lighting JOHN BORLEY Sound PETER ROSE
Videotape editor TERRY BENNELL Designer WILLIAM NOBLE
Directed by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
A duel of words and wit - the last in the present series between Arthur Marshall
Clare Francis , Antony Hopkins and Frank Muir
Jacqueline Tong , Sir Peter Parker
Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAH Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
A diversion by John Wells , featuring Angharad Rees , Alison Stead man and John Savident , for those who enjoy losing themselves in the world of the great masters ... and for those who don't.
Travel backwards, forwards and sideways in time with Sir Vile Creep, the celebrated art connoisseur, and his faithful assistant Rosa, as they hunt for the exit-a cheque for millions - and a pinhole in a mirror. The journey starts with an historic painting: The Arnolfini Wedding Portrait
JAN VAN EYCK (1434)
And ends ...???
Music composed by CARL DAVIS Artwork by TOM TAYLOR
Videotape editor ROGER HARVEY Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Producer IAN KEILL
Director ANDREW GOSLING
Sir Vile Creep: